Launching of the Khulisa Food And Nutrition Programme: 28 Sept

26 September 2019

The year 2019 is a very special time for South Africa. It is the year in which we reflect on the journey of the last 25 years since the attainment of our hard-won freedom and democracy.

We will remember the relief and exhilaration of the day of our freedom, the historic and defining moment at which we became a country at peace with itself and the world.

As we mark this incredible milestone, whose attainment we share with the international community which stood by the oppressed majority, we should all work towards sustaining the momentum to build a society in which all South Africans enjoy their rights to life, dignity and freedom.

As part of heritage month the Khulisa Food and Nutrition Organisation will launch the various food gardens that was built over the period of almost a year. Various food gadern was establish, which is located at The Zwelethemba Police Station, PJB Cona Primary School, 25 Households in Zwelethemba as well as at the Old Age Home in Zwelethemba.

Various partners have contributed to the success of the food gardens, which include the Department of Agriculture, Breede Gouritz Catchment Management Agency, Department of Health and the Breede Valley Municipality.

The formal launch of the programme will be launched as follows

The Media are invited as follows:

Venue: Zwelethemba Police Station
Date:  Saturday, 28 September 2019
Time:  9h00 to 12h00

Enquiries:
Peter Titus (GCIS District Communication Coordinator)
Cell: 0793966623
E-mail: peter@gcis.gov.za

Issued:  Government Communication and Information System

Year: 
2019
Media Statement date: 
Thursday, September 26, 2019